GLIMMERS OF HOPE – NON-CUSTODIAL MOTHERS SUPPORT – DIVORCE/PARENTAL ALIENATION


We have started a Support Group for Non-Custodial Mothers – Divorce/Parental Alienation. Find out more information about Parental Alienation HERE.

If this resonates with you, you may be dealing with Parental Alienation. This group is specifically directed towards women who have lost custody of their children and don’t know which way to turn. It has been set up to assist mothers in coming together with the idea of a support system and a safe place to know that you are not alone in what you are going through.

Caroline went through 18 years as the alienated parent. She has a son who is now 29 and a daughter who is 23 and now has a relationship with them. She gets where you are as a mother, and as a Spiritual Mentor and Life Leadership Coach, is here to offer assistance in not only working through the feelings and the situation of parental alienation but to offer a service of teaching how to become aware, centered and strong throughout the process so you can continue to live your life. The goal is to hold your space, show you ways of taking care of yourself – maybe for the first time in your life, learning how to stand on your own two feet and not have to depend on any other person, entity or institution and setting yourself free.

There will be plenty of support and love for each person that come into our Private Facebook Group. What we ask of you is this: that you are in a place of desiring to be the best you can be for yourself and your children and that you are willing to be open to new ideas and subjects regarding yourself and your relationship with you children.

We expect that you are in this for support, love, and changes, so please note that it isn’t a space for a bitch session. This group is set up for the safety of its members and if you choose to turn it into a bitch session, you will be asked to leave or be deleted from the group.

Please note that this group is to assist those interested in moving forward. It will involve ideas and practices in being able to handle what is happening, some self-help recommendations and some real life ideas and suggestions in handling your situation. This group is about growth, not staying stuck in your story which doesn’t help you anyway. The end result is to be strong for you and your children.

Remember, you are not alone in this and there is guidance, love and support here for you. Please head on over to our Private Facebook Group, and answer the two questions.

Anyone who has experience with Parental Alienation, whether a therapist, counselor, mediator, attorney, personal experience, etc., we welcome your knowledge and suggestions into this group as well.

This particular group is for mothers only. If you are a father who is going through this or if you have any questions, please contact me on the form below.

 

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